All the submissions have been read and the winners have been chosen.
Girls Who Code at the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. beginning April 23. Girls who Code is a national non-profit working to close the gender gap in technology. GWC is not a program for elite students — anybody can learn to code. Our club will focus the concepts of programming to build an app or website. To register up for this program please call 336-703-2950.
The Cross the Line Project (University of North Carolina School of the Arts) makes chamber music accessible to the Winston-Salem community. The project's purpose is to challenge musicians and their audience to cross the line between audiences and classical musicians. All ages are welcome to this live music performance on Saturday, April 27, at 11 a.m. at the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center. For more information call Wright Adams at 336-703-2951.
On Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Central Library, you are cordially invited to learn about the wonders of the Wizarding World. Test your knowledge and skill of wand and spell making, and participate in other magical activities while you feast on wizardly delights. Feel free to come dressed as your favorite wizarding character for the costume contest at the end of the program. All ages are welcome, including muggles. For more information call 336-703-2956.
It's National Poetry Month and we've got lots of ways for you to explore this genre. Channel your inner beatnik and come out for a poetry reading. Test your poetry knowledge with trivia. Or compose your own poetry with a variety of different techniques.
Do you want to write, but don't know where to start? Have a story idea you need help getting on the page? Join the Central Library Writers Group for fun writing exercises, engaging workshops, and tons of inspiration. This group will meet every second Wednesday of the month and every third Thursday of the month. The first meeting will take place on May 8 at 1 p.m.